Follow-up CIO Panel, COVID Emergency Preparedness Webinar, Health Equity, oh my!

Upcoming NM HIMSS and partner Events!
We are working diligently to streamline the webinar registration and attendance process. Thank you to everyone who has been joining us. We plan to continue our educational events into 2021.

  • November 4th: 
    NMTC's experienceIT with a brand new healthcare track by popular demand
    Register here:

    You asked for more time with our CIOs after our August webinar, Digital Health & Data Sharing in a Post-Covid World. So check out this upcoming follow-up panel at the New Mexico Tech Council's experienceIT event on November 4th, debuting a brand new healthcare track!

    We will kick the conference's healthcare track off at 10:15am, again featuring Julie Bonello from Presbyterian Healthcare Services and Peter Ambs from Lovelace, plus now including James Brown from Rhodes Group (a subsidiary of TriCore Reference Laboratories).

    We will talk about how the 21st Century CARES Act/TEFCA will change the future of healthcare data interoperability, how these organizations are preparing for it, and what it may mean for health tech and innovation.

  • November 13th:
    COVID Resiliency Toolkit Panel, co-hosted by NM HIMSS & NMHE

    Register here:

    The topic is a COVID Resiliency Toolkit and we will have 3 guest speakers each doing a “micro” presentation of about 5-10 minutes, followed by an hour panel discussion.
    • Learn how Lovelace rapidly deployed a user-centered drive-up COVID testing site
    • Hear how UNM pivoted in a time of crisis,
    • See what Kewa Pueblo has done to support its community during this time.
    • NMHE members get 1.5 hours of qualified education credits!


  • ICYMI: in case you missed Friday October 23rd's Health Equity Webinar
    The recording is here:
    Gabe Mounce from AFRL and Jason Jarvis from Senator Heinrich's Office shared some very moving stories about how the COVID Emergency Supply Collaborative and its volunteers delivered PPE to communities in need around the state of New Mexico, how CNM and others rallied to begin 3D printing PPE, and more.